In response to extended school closures related to COVID-19, many school districts have set up operations to distribute meals to students in need. Distribution plans vary by school district and are noted below. For the most up-to-date information, visit your school district’s website.
Battle Ground Public Schools
Children ages 0–18 can pick up a free and nutritious sack lunch and breakfast while schools are closed due to COVID-19 (except during Spring Break). Visit BPS website for details.
Families are strongly encouraged to pick up meals at one of the 10 BGPS locations that are set up to distribute sack lunches/breakfasts. However, families that are absolutely unable to get to schools to pick up meals in person can request meal delivery to your child’s bus stop.
For those who need it, meal delivery is set to begin on Monday, March 23. To request delivery of meals, please complete the online request form to get started. If you are unable to complete the form online, you may call the Meal Delivery Request Line at (360) 885-6614. However, please note that completing the online request form is the most efficient method of requesting meal delivery.
Camas School District
Camas will be providing free breakfast and lunch grab-and-go meals for all children in the Camas community ages 1-18, even if they are not yet in school (except during Spring Break). Here are the times & locations:
- From 9-11 AM at Liberty and Skyridge middle schools;
- At our AM elementary school bus stops; and
- Starting Wed., 3/18, buses will be parked at Dorothy Fox, Prune Hill, Grass Valley, and Woodburn from 7:45 – 8:30 AM in order to provide service to students who live in walk zones and don’t have a bus stop.
If you are not currently an elementary school student, you can still grab a meal at an elementary bus stop! Find the nearest one here: Camas Transportation Website (Just enter your address and pick a single grade at the elementary level, K-5.)
For more information about routes, please contact our Transportation Department at 360-833-5585 between 6 a.m. and 12 noon.
Castle Rock School District
Grab-and-go lunches will be available starting Monday, March 23rd for all Castle Rock students. Students must be present to pick up lunches.
Please visit Castle Rock’s website for details about lunch pickups and deliveries.
Evergreen Public Schools
Beginning Tuesday, March 17, EPS will be feeding any student or community child through meal pickup sites and delivery. Please visit Evergreen’s resource page for pickup site locations and delivery information.
Glenwood School District
Effective March 17, 2020, Glenwood School District will begin serving brown bag breakfasts and lunches. These will be a cold meal and will need to be picked up outside the kitchen between the hours of 9:00AM – 10:00AM on Monday – Friday, excluding spring break.
Meals will only be available to children ages zero to 18 and they must be present when the meal is picked up.
In order for us to be as efficient as possible, we are asking you to please call the school at 509-364-3438 or email email@example.com if you would like to take advantage of this program or if you have any questions.
Hockinson School District
Beginning Wednesday, March 18, free lunch and breakfast service will be available for all HSD students during the COVID-19 school closure. Meals may be picked up at HHS between 9 a.m. and noon in the bus turnaround. Student(s) must be present to receive meals.
At-home meal delivery is also available, click here for the Home Delivery Order Form. At this time, meal service will not be provided during Spring Break (March 30 – April 3).
Visit Hockinson’s coronavirus updates page for the latest information.
Kalama School District
Kalama School District will provide breakfast and lunch to students age 0-18 at no charge. The meals are provided at one pick up time between 11 A.M. and 12:30 P.M. daily at the parent drop-off area (located in the main gym parking lot). If your family is unable to pick up during this period, but have students who need meals, please call 360-673-5282 and we will make alternative arrangements. Meal services began on Monday.
Visit Kalama’s closure updates for the latest information.
Kelso School District
We will provide a sack breakfast and a sack lunch simultaneously Monday – Friday at specific schools and community locations. We will start distribution on Thursday March 19th. Current specific site information and times are listed here. Meals WILL be provided for students during spring break.
La Center School District
Update: Food Pickup Time Change: Starting Monday, 3/23, pickup will be from 11-12:30 from the K-8 Cafeteria.
In order to minimize our staff’s exposure, we are changing the pickup time to 11-12:30. We thank you for your understanding.
Starting Thursday, 3/19, La Center School District will provide breakfast and a sack lunch Monday-Friday between 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. from the K-8 Cafeteria. Any student can pick up sack breakfast and lunch. We are not requiring that a student be eligible for free/reduced meals.
Visit La Center’s website for updates.
Longview School District
For a meal service schedule for kids age 0 to 18, and other information, please visit longviewschools.com. Longview will continue to serve meals during spring break.
Lyle School District
Lyle will provide breakfast and lunch delivery to students at home during this extended and unprecedented school closure. Food will be provided for kids aged 1-18. Sign up here for meal deliveries throughout the closure.
For more information and alternate ways to sign up for meal deliveries, visit the Lyle School District website.
Mill A School District
Meals will be provided for Mill A School and Pacific Crest Innovation Academy students on every regularly scheduled school day while schools are closed. Meals will be available for pickup at the school or at regular bus stops.
Naselle-Grays River Valley Schools
Meals will be provided for students beginning Wednesday, March 18. View this PDF for details.
Ocean Beach School District
Beginning Thursday, March 19, meals will be delivered along bus routes once per day, Monday through Thursday. The district will be calling families that indicated a desire to have meals delivered to clarify drop off times. If you need meals and have not reached out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-642-3739. Spanish speaking families should call Cindy Guzman at 360-214-4033 or email her at email@example.com.
Ridgefield School District
All children, ages 0-18, may pick up free and nutritious sack lunch and breakfast meals in front of the following schools in the Ridgefield School District from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm on weekdays, March 16-27 and April 6-24.
- Union Ridge Elementary School, Building B, 330 N. Fifth Avenue
- South Ridge Elementary School, Building B, 502 NW 199 Street
Meals will not be served during spring break, and children must be present.
Check the Ridgefield SD website for updates.
Roosevelt School District
Update: Due to low turnout, Roosevelt SD has changed its meal pickup time to 8:30 – 8:45 a.m., beginning Tuesday, March 24. Check Roosevelt’s Facebook page for the latest updates.
Breakfast and lunch sack meals will be delivered daily to the Roosevelt Elementary School between 9:15-9:30am for ANY child 0-18 years old living within the Roosevelt School District beginning Monday, March 23. These food deliveries will be Monday-Friday for the duration of the school closure. Please keep in mind that on Mondays if your child has a peanut butter allergy that all Mondays will be peanut butter and jelly or tuna fish sandwiches. A HUGE thank you to the Goldendale School District for providing this service to our district! Check Roosevelt’s Facebook page for updates.
Skamania School District
Skamania School will be offering grab & go breakfast and lunches for children under 18 years of age starting Tuesday, March 17th. The lunch kits will include breakfast for the following day. Families must sign up for meals. Please email Amber Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 509-427-8239 to sign up.
Stevenson-Carson School District
Meals will be provided for students who need them. Visit the Stevenson-Carson website for more information.
Vancouver Public Schools
VPS will provide meals to all students affected by emergency school closures beginning Monday, March 16. Sack lunches will be distributed to students between 10 a.m. and noon at the front of the following schools:
- Anderson Elementary, 2215 NE 104th St.
- Fruit Valley Elementary, 3410 NW Fruit Valley Rd.
- Ogden Elementary School, 3200 NE 86th Ave.
- Roosevelt Elementary, 2921 Falk Rd.
- Washington Elementary School, 2908 S St.
- Discovery Middle School, 800 E. 40th St.
- Jason Lee Middle School, 8500 NW 9th Ave.
- McLoughlin Middle School, 5802 MacArthur Blvd.
Meals WILL continue to be offered March 30 through April 3.
Check the VPS website for the latest information.
Washougal School District
The following sites will have meals available:
- Hamlik Addy Street
- Cape Horn-Skye
Meals will be served from 10 AM to noon each day, including during Spring Break. Per guidance from OSPI, there will be no paperwork requirements for people to access meals.
Check Washougal’s coronavirus information page for updates.
White Salmon Valley School District
Will be providing meals to any student. Visit the White Salmon Valley website for information in English and Spanish.
Wishram School District
From Superintendent Roberts: In order to provide the maximum amount of access, we are going to be offering pick up for both breakfast and lunch from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. outside the front doors of our school starting March 17th. Students who reside on bus routes can have their meals delivered from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Ms. Ronni will be reaching out to you individually to set that up.
Follow Wishram’s Facebook page for updates.
Woodland Public Schools
Food service delivery using the district’s school buses will begin Wednesday, March 18. Woodland Public Schools will serve meals for free to all children between the ages of 1-18 years old. Visit Woodland’s COVID-19 Updates page for the latest information. Woodland will continue to serve meals to students during spring break,
Families should note that we cannot provide more meals than there are children present, however, adults may purchase additional meals for themselves or others.
This post was last updated on Monday, March 23, 2020, at 2:09 p.m.